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Escher Wall / World

Krabi - Railay, THAILAND

Climbs 24 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 8m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
The wall to the right hand side of the large cave through to Thaiwand Wall. This lovely wall sporting some quality routes across a wide range of grades. Welcome shade all day from October to April, all afternoon from May to September. Tends to be neglected by the hordes of guides.

Many of the routes have been rebolted with new titanium staples (Feb 2010) but several still have rusty stainless steel expansion bolts and are best avoided.

Access notes
Access by foot, walk to Phra-Nang Beach and then head right along to the end of the beach where there are some bushes you can duck under leading to a path and then a ladder up to Escher World. Return to Railay via the cave, nice little adventure involving a spectacular abseil at the end.

Thailand Sport Climbing - The Pocket Guide 2011 (2011), King Climbers (2008), King Climbers

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Best Route in Minnesota6c **28
2Half Pipe Dream7a+ *1
3Hello Dali7a+ * 
4Goodbye Salvador6a+ *19
6Ribbed for Her Pleasure6b *8
7Short & Easy5a 47
8Don't Grab The Krabi7a+ **15
9Crazy Peninsula7a+ 4
10Long Doo5a 35
11The Playground4a 15
12Mei Rue Arei6b 16
 Climb nameGradex
13Name Unknown6b 13
14Humming a Song6b 15
15Scorpion6a+ 24
16As Far as Siam6a+ 11
17Mekong Crazy6a+ 7
18Humdinger7a+ *** 
19Freedom Of A Friend7a+ ***1
20Napalm Babies7a * 
21Good With A Machete7b  
22The Danger of Beauty7c+  
23Fever Dream8a+  
24The Beauty Of Danger7c+  
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